Bethel Music's Kalley Heiligenthal Asks for Prayer for Daughter Olive Alayne
Two-year-old pronounced dead over the weekend, family praying for miracle
Posted: December 16, 2019, 5:00 PM | Category:General Artist Tags: Kalley Source: Staff Reports GC
Bethel Music's Kalley Heiligenthal, who recently released her debut EPs Faultlines Vol. 1 & 2, shared on Instagram over the weekend that she and her husband Andrew are in need of prayer for their two-year-old girl, Olive Alayne.
Two days ago, Olive stopped breathing in her sleep and has been pronounced dead by the doctors. The Heiligenthal family is asking fans to pray for a miracle.
"We are asking for bold, unified prayers from the global church to stand with us in belief that He will raise this little girl back to life. Her time here is not done, and it is our time to believe boldly, and with confidence wield what King Jesus paid for. It's time for her to come to life," Kalley posted.
Today Kalley posted an update, saying, "Day 3 is a really good day for resurrection. We are overwhelmed with gratitude by your outpouring of love for us and faith for Olive. Jesus is Faithful and True and He's riding in with the victory He bought for Olive. Olive Alayne means "victorious awakening". We call on the mighty all-sufficient name of Jesus and we call you back by name, sweet girl. You will live. Thank you for your faith-filled declarations, keep them coming. Worship Jesus with us, He is moving, He is good, He is worthy and He is alive."
Last night, Bethel hosted a special night of prayer and worship for Olive. Additionally, many artists have been showing their support to the family on social media with comments and posts of their own, asking their fans to join in praying for a miracle:
"Praying so hard with you and for you and your little Olive," Chris Cleveland of Stars Go Dim commented.
"We are with you, for you, behind you, believing and praying!!!! DO THE IMPOSSIBLE GOD," Sean Feucht of Bethel Music shared.
"We are praying and believing with you! O- LIVE!!!!!!" Britt Nicole also commented.
A GoFundMe page has been started by the Bethel Music team for the financial needs of the Heiligenthal family during this time. Click here to visit the page and donate.